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Anne Frank House

Anne Frank House

(Anne Frank Huis)
Historic and Protected Site and History Museum
Grachtengordel-West, Amsterdam
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    Adrián M.
    "Expect really really long queues, try to buy the ticket in advance."(18 Tips)
    Toad C.
    "Its very disapointing its just empty rooms with pages of her diary."(15 Tips)
    Denise S.
    "Free wifi within the lobby is great!"(14 Tips)
    Dan C.
    "sure to book in advance"(67 Tips)
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  • Lauma Z.heart icon on user image
    Lauma ZAugust 25, 2014
    A must visit museum that will make you think twice and even get a bit emotional. The queue is always long, but it's worth to wait as you get to see the place where Anne and her family hid during WW2.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Yiannis P.heart icon on user image
    One of the musts while in Amsterdam. Make sure to buy a ticket online to skip the line. I didn't know about that and decided to wait in the line for about 2hours but it was sooo worth it.
  • Heleno S.heart icon on user image
    Heleno SchneiderOctober 14, 2014
    A remarkable site with a remarkable and somber story, that turned out to be universal. A must. Seeing the diaries themselves is worth the price of admission. Be early because lines are certain.
    Upvoted 2 weeks ago
  • Daisarie D.heart icon on user image
    Daisarie DelaySeptember 11, 2016
    Surreal experience to walk through the halls where Anne Frank wrote her famous diary. The Anne Frank Huis is a must see! Try to purchase your tix online. If not, be prepared to stand in a long queue!
  • Max W.heart icon on user image
    Max WennekerOctober 21, 2017
    Very simple but well done museum. Important piece of history well-taken care of and appropriately memorialized. Buy tickets in advance online.
  • Jessica K.heart icon on user image
    Jessica KotikJuly 4, 2017
    We waited an hour and a half, but it's worth the wait. If possible, buy tickets in advanced online so you can skip the line! Without tickets, you can't enter until after 3:30pm daily.
  • Kris T.heart icon on user image
    Kris TinSeptember 17, 2018
    a must-see when in amsterdam. yes, it‘s a depressing topic but in times like these we all need to remeber what happens if racist and facist politicians come to power.
  • Jason H.heart icon on user image
    Jason H.May 1, 2017
    Powerful experience. Truly a must do in Amsterdam - maybe more so in today's crazy world. Book on internet weeks before trip. Same day line is for entry after 3:30 and is easily a full 2 hours.
  • Patricia M.heart icon on user image
    Patricia MendesFebruary 23, 2017
    I've read this book so many times and was so happy to be here. Could't mind to stay one hour in the line, it worthed it! Seeing people taking the tour all in silence was amazing!!
  • mari b.heart icon on user image
    I bought our tickets online so we didn’t wait. You feel extremely sad and emotional when you visit this place but the truth is that you learn a lot of things about this dark period of the history.
  • Anna v.heart icon on user image
    Anna van WAugust 25, 2016
    It'll leave an impression on you for the rest of your life! I visited it when I was 8 and I still remember it 10 years later. A must visit in Amsterdam. Reserve tickets beforehand to avoid lines
  • Michael O.heart icon on user image
    Michael O'RourkeJanuary 19, 2017
    This is the one place you absolutely have to see if you're in Amsterdam. Everyone needs to experience it, but make sure that you reserve tickets in advance - the line can be crazy if you don't   
  • Ana Paula C.heart icon on user image
    Ana Paula CostaJanuary 1, 2019
    This is a must go if you are visiting Amsterdam. Only online tickets available and you should buy with 2 months in advance. They have a nice coffee place after you finish the tour.
  • Don P.
    Don PykeJanuary 18, 2015
    Chance the line at your peril. A cold Friday at 3PM and we had no queue. The next day it was 100 metres long and an hour plus wait. Well worth the low admission price and the memory of a young life
  • Bianca P.
    Bianca PericoloSeptember 30, 2013
    Must see place! Yes, you'll have to queue, but it's worth it. Powerful atmosphere. Take your time to read everything, see the pictures. Really emotional photos and video of Anne's father after the war
  • Giulianna G.heart icon on user image
    Giulianna G.February 9, 2015
    Words can't describe how emotional and heartbreaking it can be to visit this place. It has an impact on you and you definitely shouldn't miss this during your stay in Amsterdam. You get out a new you.
  • Ari V.heart icon on user image
    Ari VJuly 6, 2018
    Really well put together and powerful exhibit. Audio guide included. We managed to get same day tickets online, so try looking at the website in the afternoon if you didn't book in advance.
  • S M.heart icon on user image
    S MNovember 10, 2018
    Very good the regular tour (without the additional history intro) but even that’s full of the history behind it, takes a solid 1-1.5 hrs. Definitely recommend!
  • Anne D.
    Anne De JNovember 1, 2015
    Been here 25+ times
    As you will have to wait in line for a while, use the Anne Frank House free Wifi. Or look around you; above the Anne Frank House are student houses, spy on them and try to find out what they're doing.
  • Ferdy v.
    Ferdy van BerkelAugust 23, 2018
    Once the hiding place of Anne Frank and her family during the war. Here you can experience the emotional and sad story based on her diary. Book (far) in advance online as there will be long queues.
  • Mathieu A.heart icon on user image
    Mathieu AbitbolMarch 3, 2017
    It was worth queuing for an hour. The website let you book up to 2 months in advance but everything was booked out. You can enter without reservation after 3:30pm but come early
  • Cameron D.heart icon on user image
    Cameron DampierJanuary 19, 2017
    A must do while in Amsterdam, buy tickets online to skip the line. Go early to avoid the crowds while touring, cafe has wifi and makes a great carrot cake.
  • Andrea H.heart icon on user image
    Andrea HenkMarch 5, 2013
    Had to wait a LONG time but with ticket can skip the queue. Was amazing to be where the Franks and van Pels had to hide out. The real bookshelf and diary are on display. A must see in Amsterdam!
  • Renata M.heart icon on user image
    Renata MeirellesDecember 22, 2014
    I read the book and got so emotional seeing where Anne lived for that 2 years. It's a must see for those who are visiting Amsterdam.
  • Javier Z.heart icon on user image
    Javier ZambranoNovember 18, 2014
    I think the place is great, even people who hasn't read the books about Anne Frank had this special feeling in the house. I recommend to buy tickets in advance, specially if you're going in a weekend.
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    Agnes👑💄May 31, 2014
    I waited for like 1h15mins, but it's worth it. The house is a must-see. You have also a restaurant in there and you can also buy Anne Frank books and other souvenirs.
  • Dennis B.heart icon on user image
    Dennis BFebruary 8, 2020
    Though crowded, the crowds were expertly managed. This made for an intimate experience and a moving audio tour. Move at your own pace and truly reflect on what you’re hearing.
  • Rosie D.heart icon on user image
    Rosie DJJanuary 3, 2016
    The line is veeeeery long, brace yourself on cold and hot days. But it's well worth it. Also, try to make this the last stop of your day or trip, the impact is huge.
  • Dan C.heart icon on user image
    Dan CastellanoDecember 8, 2019
    Very intense to walk the halls where Anne Frank hid with her family and see her writings firsthand, make sure to book in advance
  • Luke W.
    Luke WOctober 11, 2013
    But your tickets in advance & head straight past the queue and to the door on the left.Ring the bell and you'll get in straight away! Don't forget to pick up a guide from the stand! In five+ languages
  • Zara K.heart icon on user image
    Zara KhanAugust 25, 2014
    Fantastic experience. This museum boasts the original edition of Anne's diary, including the original edition of the diaries that were translated into 70 languages.
  • Mayank J.heart icon on user image
    Mayank JainApril 3, 2015
    Book online to skip the line. Sometimes new tickets are released day of so check a few times in the morning too. Read at least the Wikipedia page of Anne Frank before coming if not the actual book.
  • Victoria
    VictoriaSeptember 16, 2015
    She is just like my friend when I was young and read her diary. One of my bucket lists is visiting her house. I felt touched and inspired! A great place to visit!
  • Caroline F.heart icon on user image
    Caroline FerreiraSeptember 5, 2017
    Don't give up upon a long line. Visiting Anne Frank's house is something everyone should do at least once in a lifetime. Congrats to the museum's staff -- you really did a great job!
  • George B.heart icon on user image
    George BeaumontAugust 29, 2015
    A woman comes around with a trolley while you're in the line to give out a leaflet. Very informative and helps pass the time. Or just go on the WIFI, why read when you can google?! Yay Google!
  • Kevin G.
    Kevin GrantMay 20, 2017
    Get there early, on a weekday, and buy tickets online a head of time. Otherwise the line is INSANE. Logistics aside, I found this museum to be very moving, and I'm really glad I saw it.
  • Amy W.heart icon on user image
    Amy WDecember 27, 2012
    Buy your tickets online to avoid the wait. From the train station, take the bus 170, 171, 172 to the Westermarker stop (by the church) take the street car back to the station by #13, 14, 17.
  • Irem T.heart icon on user image
    Irem TURKEL KESKINAugust 13, 2023
    A must-visit for those seeking to honor Anne's memory. You have to book and buy your tickets in advance (around 1 month). The audio device is also included in the price.
  • Patricia F.heart icon on user image
    Patricia FranklinSeptember 15, 2014
    Well organised. Buy tickets online if possible a week before hand. Free wifi while you're waiting in the queue and in the house.
  • Shannon S.heart icon on user image
    Shannon SpaniolOctober 15, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    Don't be discouraged by the long line. From my experience it moves rather quickly (compared to other long lines.) For the quickest entrance, book tickets online well in advance and skip the wait.
  • Ying L.heart icon on user image
    Ying LimAugust 23, 2015
    Always purchase tickets a month or two weeks prior to make sure you don't have to stand in line. It's one of the many sad stories of WW 2. Personally Otto Frank is quite an inspiration.
  • Daniel H.heart icon on user image
    Daniel HenaresJanuary 11, 2013
    Be prepared for long lines, but it's a must visit museum. Here you will better understand Anne's days during the War. It's impossible don't be emotional, and don't admire their love for life.
  • Bisant K.heart icon on user image
    Bisant KaurApril 25, 2018
    A nostalgic walk down the house occupied by Anne Frank and her family in Amsterdam. Lovely audio and pictures take us back in time to what the conditions were then.
  • Ioanna A.heart icon on user image
    Ioanna ADecember 3, 2013
    Amazing Museum! A place you definitely have to visit on your trip in Amsterdam. Feel ashamed if you don't! One of the greatest experiences in my life!
  • Anne G.heart icon on user image
    Anne GreatJune 22, 2015
    Worth the wait. We queued in at 7pm, so we only had to wait 45 minutes (compared to 2 hours during the day). Visit itself takes about 1 hr and they close at 9 in the summer
  • Thymios D.
    Thymios DragotisNovember 3, 2014
    If the queue is at the end of the square next to the taxi parking place, it will take you about 2hrs to enter the house. Just think about it.
  • Duncan H.heart icon on user image
    Duncan HowsleyApril 13, 2016
    Essential to visit if you come to Amsterdam. Come later in the day for shorter queues (open til 10pm) and download the free Anne's Amsterdam app before arriving.
  • 🎀Ariane A.
    🎀Ariane Anderson🎀February 13, 2012
    Absolutely astounding, I wanted to take a picture but out of most respect did not, this is something that everyone must experience! 5 stars, amazing! I will be back with my kids once they are grown.
  • Ema R.heart icon on user image
    Ema RadzaiJanuary 19, 2016
    Learnt a lot here. Even if you dont want to go here, you should read the diary of anne frank for the historical n spiritual view and perspective during the hiding in world war II
  • Tracy S.heart icon on user image
    Tracy SolorzanoApril 22, 2016
    Inspirational! I went at 9pm when the museum was closing so it was just enough time to see the whole museum and also avoid the crowds!
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